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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Red-legged Partridge. And the Smew by David Key on our Guest Photos. New! Bobs Wildlife Youtube Channel. Keep your eyes open for "The Springtime Chick Count".

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Sunday, 14 April 2013

Dunnock {accentor} (Prunella modularis)

Not a wildlife photo today, it wasn't raining, but, it was cloudy.



43 comments:

  1. Your blog is always worth a look. Nice to see what a camera can do in the hands of an artist.

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  2. Sitting in the hide when you're shooting? Incredibly close to the same fine as usual sharpness / Brita

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  3. Uroczo wyglada na drugim zdjeciu. Pozdrawiam.
    It looks lovely on the second picture. Yours.

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  4. Hi! Hope your are doing ok. Great latest post. Been tired in the evenings last week so I no coments ...The wagtail should been here but not seen it yet. Spring is very delayed. But today we had +13 C. At last it begins to be warmer

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  5. Bob, bei dir lerne ich Vögel kennen,
    von denenich vorher nichts gehört habe.
    Danke dafür.
    Einen schönen Sonntagabend wünscht
    Irmi

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  6. A bird we often ignore but you have captured it nicely Bob. Nice detail.

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  7. Haha! Bob as I write this I am watching two Dunnocks feeding in my garden... your images are fantastic.

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  8. Gorgeous bird and photos, Bob!

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  9. I love to see Dunnocks Bob. They seem to be such happy birds - even if their sex-lives are a bit dubious! Or maybe it's because of that!

    Beautifully captured by you and your camera!

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  10. With us you can see them not much more very special happy Danielle

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  11. Y como de costumbre una claridad y nitidez perfectas que nos hacen ver al pajarillo como si lo tuvieramos al alcance de la mano. Un abrazo,

    And as usual perfect clarity and sharpness that make us see the bird as if we had to hand. A hug,

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  12. your 2nd photo is stunning, so sharp



    peter

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  13. Sweet little bird sitting in the sun, just thinking all his little birdie thoughts.

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  14. Bob, excellent shots! A very pretty bird!

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  15. wat is hij mooi in zijn eenvoud.

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  16. Here you have got some good pictures of Dunnock, this has not come to us even when spring comes late to the us this year.

    Ottar

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  17. What a sweet little bird Bob!!Exellent shots as always!Have a lovely week!
    Dimi..

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  18. Such subtle beauty well captured, dear Bob


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
    ~ > < } } ( ° > <3

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  19. Blended in so well in it's environment...the beauty of nature *sigh*... I shared your recent posts with my older daughter, and when she saw the shot of the hawk at the top of your page, she gasped! She thought that was awesome :)

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  20. I don't think I've seen one of these before

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  21. These are beautiful, Bob! I really like the pose in the last photo!

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  22. I mistook it to be a sparrow. The beak is different I noticed later.

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    1. It is known of Hedge Accentor, Hedge Sparrow or Hedge Warbler Indrani..

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  23. Definitely a new bird for me.

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  24. Fantastiska bilder Bob!
    Ha en fin vecka!

    Steffe in Sweden

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  25. Hallo Bob,
    really nice... raining? uff, here at last the spring started, we had a wonderful week-end... It's a pity I could not have with me your fantastic 500 mm as I saw the flamingos.... wonderful... !
    Have a nice week end, with a lot of sun I hope !

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    1. The 500mm lens does have its differences.

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  26. Beautiful pictures of the dunnock, Bob.
    The first picture is my favorite.
    Greetings Irma

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  27. oh I love this bird Bob; did I miss the name for it?

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  28. forget my earlier post Bob; I love this Dunnock you posted; it's a beautiful bird ...

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